"Wow... what a remarkable last few days," Jobs said. "Our stock is being buffeted around by factors a lot larger than ourselves."
Jobs went on to say that he believed in Apple's fundamentals. He highlighted Apple stores, Apple's focused strategy, and forthcoming products as reasons why people should worry too much about Apple's stock. Apple does have $18 billion in the vault, as it were, so the company can certainly weather some rough quarters.
Jobs is currently the second largest Apple shareholder, behind only Fidelity Investments, with a reported 5.54 million shares. He has, no doubt, been hit hard by the recent happenings on Wall Street; but then again, who hasn't been?